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I think what I enjoyed most about this book is I was on the edge of my seat for most of the book. This one I just wanted it over with the first time. Una historia llena de aventuras, misterios y amor. The Lassiters and Beaumonts team up to salvage wrecked ships for treasure and share the “riches”.
I enjoyed the twist s in the story at the end Go Teams Beaumont and Lassiter! It was an interesting story, decently written. I didn’t remember anything about it though. No final de contas, acabam por descobrir um tesouro ainda maior o amor que os une. Yes, she’d been kissed before. And unrealistic, if I am allowed to object to that in a Nora Roberts book. Eleanor wrote under the pseudonym Jill March a story for a magazine titled “Melodies of Love”.
There is a love story, which goes without saying for a Nora Roberts book, action, adventure, anger, danger, and a little bit of magic.
El estigma del arrecife – Des Plaines Public Library
I bought this book at the airport because I had finished my other book and had forgotten my second book at home. Alles dreht sie um die sagenumwobene Geschichte eines Amuletts. But I saved it because I remember thinking it was my favorite of her books. Feb 07, Brandy rated it really liked it Shelves: I liked both Matthew and Tate individually, as well as a couple, and enjoyed reading about their lives during their time apart. In Februarya blizzard in forced her hand to try another creative outlet.
El estigma del arrecife
I am not going sel review every Nora Roberts book that I have read in the past because robeets is quite prolific and it would get redundant and I honestly cannot remember all the plots. Tate ist mit ihren Eltern unterwegs, um nach verschiedenen Wracks zu tauchen. Mar 08, Nicole rated it it was amazing. Summary Underwater diver Matthew Lassiter and Tate Beaumont, a student of marine archeology, search shipwrecks for a 16th century necklace.
I loved them together, and I loved them apart. Additional terms may apply to data associated with third party namespaces. May 09, Georgina rated it really liked it. This item is available to borrow from 1 library branch.
Tate Beaumont is studying to be a marine archeologist and her focus is to arrecifee the whole ship and set up a museum to display what is found.
The Reef by Nora Roberts
Their paths cross along with Tate’s parents and Matthew’s uncle as they spend a magical summer searching for gold and the elusive necklace known as Angelina’s Curse. Some call her heroes Betas, I call them Alphas in disguise. That’s not to say that I don’t enjoy her current works, I do, very much. It’s very easy to get lost in the story.
The heroine was very young and I tried to look past that, but the hero just kept mentioning it, not allowing me to forget! Apr 05, Mandy rated it it was ok. One of my complaints with “Black Hills” was the fact that we didn’t get to see where the main characters relationship broke off and therefore the time needed for the characters to heal wasn’t as understandable.
I thought this gave a lot of depth to their characters. The book I’ve read recently where she does this but was actually published after “The Reef” was Black Hills. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Both Tate and Matthew were complicated, deeply-layered, deeply-scarred creatures that somehow perfectly complimented each other in every way. The suspense part of the story was written really well. Now I don’t know how a professional diver would feel reading this book, but for an unprofessional like myself actual This was a really nice read by Nora Roberts.